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How to change rotor bug and cap
rather easy , get new leads unscrew the two screws on either side of distributor and slowly lift cap off . remove rotor button maybe a screw at top to hold it onto shaft . then match leads to excisting arrangement and replace cap as in removal . plug leads to spark plugs and start .
on Jan 19, 2016
Were are the fuse for a 200sx for the brakelight
The fuse block panel is located in the dash, driver's side. Most cars have schematics on the fuse panel cover detailing the fuse size and/or circuit component it operates.
In absence of any specific markings, go to the owner's manual that came with your car- a detailed diagram will pinpoint the exact fuse.
I recommend using an Ohm meter with tone alert to check the fuses- this way you don't even have the pull the fuses out to check them. Makes for a very simple and quick method of determining the fuse's condition.
You could also check inside the engine compartment where the power distribution box ix located to check for any blown fuses or defective relays.
If all the fuses are good, then you need to replace the bulb.
on Feb 28, 2015
How do I remove the lower front control arm on a 96 Nissan 200sx
put on jack stands, remove tire, remove brake caliper and bracket, detach outer tie rod end, remove axle bolt, remove hub bolts from strut, tape on axle with hammer to remove it from hub, loosen lower ball joint bolt, use fork tool to brake joint loose, remove hub and bearing, remove stabilizer links, remove bolts on lower control arm, replace every thing in reverse
on Feb 02, 2015
Bypass the Fuel Pump
do not bypass any EFI fuel pumps on any car.
if you do the car will catch fire, and persons in car and ever other cars
will get hurt or killed.
the pump must shut off if spark is lost, MUST MUST MUST !!!!!!
or crash and burn is your future, i promise.
if bypass , you meant (and not said) that you read the FSM
and they did a 5min hot wire test to the pump to see if the pump
runs and makes over 30psi, then do read the FSM and do make sure
you do it correctly and safely and dont not burn up the ECU
by hotwiring its pins, (a $500 to $1000 blunder for sure)
on May 20, 2014
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